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Dear maclaren were do I buy these steps at my nephew is disable he loves this stroller so much but straps are broken were can I purchase them at or please get me in the right direction. Thank you oscar o
Big problem Bugaboo only sell the whole frame as a part. There is a Bugaboo repair place in Australia that sell parts of retired Bugaboo's or try your Bugaboo agent. Just what do they do with the frames that Bugaboo do exchange under warranty? I bet they don't post them back to Taiwan or Holland!
You convert the Rversus in to pushchair mode by unclipping the bumper bar then taking the bumper bar out of the boot end fabric. Tuck the boot end fabric under the footrest and attach the bumper bar.
You can obtain instructions for this pushchair by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a cover i'd love to sell to you. I hit our stroller with the car but the red cover & shades are in good shape. I also have 1 good rear wheel & two good front wheels. email bloominghome at hotmail dot com
Yes, You need a philips screw driver for the lower basket. You will have to remove the push bar handle by depressing the metallic plugs that sit below the fabric seat. There is one on each side? Once you unsnap all the snaps, even from the carriage frame, the fabric will just pull right off.
There are four plastic ends at each corner of the fabric seat unit, these need to be released, if you partly fold the buggy the tension on the fabric is eased allowing these four plastic tabs to be pulled out of their location.
When you have releasd these fold the buggy almost in half, and start to pull the fabric out of the slotted rails, you must try to do this evenly i.e. pull the back part out beyond the handles and the seat part out beyond the front wheel, it will seem tough at first but as you work all the sides evenly it will come out quite easily honest!
Fitting is just the reverse making sure the the sides of the fabric are locating properly.
Patience is the best policy.
Hope this helps.